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 zebra25 (original poster member #29431) posted at 7:20 PM on Wednesday, July 12th, 2023

Does anybody have an air fryer that they like or dislike?

If you have one, do you use it often? What do you use it for?

Thanks!!!

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SacredSoul33 ( member #83038) posted at 8:10 PM on Wednesday, July 12th, 2023

I have a Pampered Chef air fryer and it's terrific, but expensive. I had a PC party and was able to get it for $100 instead of $300. It's got lots of nice bells and whistles, like a rotisserie attachment with kabob skewers and a rotating basket. I love that it's like a mini oven with racks and that I don't have to heat up my big oven, especially in the summer. I use it often, mostly for chicken nuggets and tater tots for the grands, roasting veggies, and reheating pizza.

My daughters both love my air fryer and wanted one for their birthdays, but I just couldn't spend full price, so I got them something similar on Amazon. They say it's terrific.

If you search for "GoWISE USA GW44800-O Deluxe 12.7-Quarts 15-in-1 Electric Air Fryer Oven with Rotisserie and Dehydrator + 50 Recipes QT, Black/Silver" that's what I got them. It was about $75 a month ago, but it looks like it's gone up to $93.

I started with an inexpensive air fryer with a pull-out basket and that was adequate, but I really like the racks on mine - and the large size.

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SackOfSorry ( member #83195) posted at 9:30 PM on Wednesday, July 12th, 2023

We have a Ninja. I haven't personally used it, but I've eaten food that was cooked in it by fwh. I think he's only done chicken breasts and pork chops in it, and they turned out really well. I was surprised.

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likeapinball ( member #50073) posted at 12:44 AM on Thursday, July 13th, 2023

I LOVE mine! It's a Cosori (not sure which model), I've had it for about 3 years, use it all the time! Breakfast sandwiches, homemade pizza pops, awesome for french fries and sweet potato fries. Use it to crisp up take out (fish and chips, nachos). Tuna melts for a quick lunch. I also just tried cooking chicken breasts in it, they were a little brown on the outside but still very moist! And one of our favourites is knock off McDonald's apple pie! If you go to their website you can see their recipe book I believe, so many great ideas! I think it was around 170$ CDN, but that was awhile ago, highly recommend! My kids (teens) even use it all by themselves! Also super easy to clean - right into the dishwasher!

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leafields ( Guide #63517) posted at 3:20 AM on Thursday, July 13th, 2023

I gave a Ninja Power XL that I got for about $50. I love it and wish I had a bigger one.

The first thing I cooked was reheating deep fried oysters. It's also great for reheating fries.

I've roasted veggies mostly. Diced eggplant, potatoes, veggies for fajitas, roasting jalapenos, stuff for salsa. I've done chicken strips, frozen breaded fish filets, different fresh chicken breast recipes.

If I had a bigger one, I'm not sure I'd use my regular oven again. Well, maybe for large pizza.

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Tanner ( Guide #72235) posted at 4:37 AM on Thursday, July 13th, 2023

We have Ninja, its an all in one. I'm hooked on the air fryer. If I ever become single all I need is the Ninja and my pellet grill. Oh and the microwave.

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 zebra25 (original poster member #29431) posted at 7:03 PM on Thursday, July 13th, 2023

Thanks for the suggestions!! The Ninja was one we were looking at. Good to know you like yours and it sounds like everyone does use theirs.

Thanks again!!!

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Confused282 ( member #79680) posted at 7:52 PM on Thursday, July 13th, 2023

I will also vouch for the ninja. I have the air fryer and the blender. I love them both.

I constantly make chicken wings for my protein.

So quick and easy and real crispy.

Highly recommend.

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Shehawk ( member #68741) posted at 6:42 PM on Sunday, July 16th, 2023

We have the air fryer lid for the instant pot.

It works great for small things. French fries are so quick and tasty in it.


We also have a toaster oven with the convection feature. It’s a fairly expensive toaster oven..like $300 range..we got it for $30 from someone who donated it to a charity sale and it is amazing.

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Tallgirl ( member #64088) posted at 10:12 PM on Monday, July 17th, 2023

I have a Cosori . LOVE LOVE

It is 2 yrs old and still going gang busters

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 zebra25 (original poster member #29431) posted at 10:19 PM on Monday, July 17th, 2023

Thanks!! I'm still researching.

We also have a really good toaster oven that we love. We hardly use our regular oven, especially in the summer.

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Shehawk ( member #68741) posted at 2:49 AM on Tuesday, July 18th, 2023

The toaster oven has an air fryer feature too if I ever did more than air fry French fries laugh

A friend has the pampered chef one and it seemed to work well and be a nicer size than the lid and basket for my instapot…
Seemed more versatile.

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Marie2792 ( member #44958) posted at 3:23 PM on Thursday, July 20th, 2023

I have the pampered chef one and I love it! I hosted a party during double rewards month and was able to get it for free. It has a rotisserie attachment and kebab skewers also. We make everything in there including bacon.

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